Free Winter Greens from Trail to Table

Mid to late winter foraging for wild edibles can be a hit or miss endeavor, depending on your location and weather. Luckily on a recent 50 degree day trail walk I found a patch of Garlic Mustard Greens that were able to overwinter. Some wild greens have the ability to produce sugar and alcohol in their leaves and stems during the winter which acts kind of like an antifreeze which allows them to survive through winter. Some years they make it some years they don’t depending on the harshness of the weather.


During the overwinter process the plants really don’t grow , they kind of just hang on until spring rolls around. But one of the positive side effects of wintering bitter greens is that they become a little more mild .

Anyway back to my walk , about 150 yards into my walk I found a decent patch of Garlic Mustard Greens mixed in with some Queen Anne’s Lace but decided to venture on down the trail to see what I could find. About ½ mile in I found another patch on the south facing side of an old set of railroad tracks. I imagine the built up bed for the tracks helped this patch survive, protecting it from those cold northern winds. So anyway I went about my business and harvested about a half a grocery bag worth.

Now what to do with it? Since it is still winter I decided I was going to cook it rather than use it for a salad so after a little thought I decided that an omelet was what these winter greens deserved.

Recipe for Garlic Mustard Green Omelet

½ cup chopped Garlic Mustard Greens

½ cup shredded Monterey Jack Cheese

½ cup of chopped mushrooms

Salt and Pepper to taste

Pat of butter to cook with

Siracha or other assorted hot sauce optional

On a side note you should never put any wild edible in your mouth unless you can positively identify it. Find a local expert to help you identify wild edibles. Moral of the story is get out get some exercise this winter and maybe find a free meal .

 Justin Stearns


Can You Dig It?: Ham in A Hole

If you love camping, or just want to try a new twist on outdoor cooking, you should check out the “Ham In  A Hole”. This is a great way to get outside in nature and enjoy some delicious food all at the same time !! All you need is a shovel, some damp towels, come medium sized flat rocks, charcoal, a roasting pan and a boneless ham.

Place your ham in the roaster and set aside. Start your coals and get them hot in your “chimney”. Dig a hole deep enough to hold the roasting pan, and add enough hot coals to cover the bottom of the hole. Place the rocks on top of the hot coals, this helps hold in the heat. Place the covered roaster on top of the rocks, then cover the top of the hole with damp towels.


Cook for 6 to 8 hours. Carefully remove the towels (they will be HOT!), and grab your pot holders to get the roaster out of the hole. Take out that beautifully cooked ham and slice it up to enjoy for a yummy outdoors breakfast or dinner. Be sure to dump water in the hole to extinguish the hot coals and refill the hole with the dirt you removed earlier. 


Enjoy The Day With Your Best Friend At Bass Pro Shops

We here at Bass Pro Shops love and respect our nature’s wildlife.  From the fish in streams and ponds to the deer that run wild, we “are” about nature, and all that comes with it.  That’s why at Bass Pro Shops you can bring your best friend, shop in a casual atmosphere with knowledgeable associates who will help you with whatever your needs are, and answer questions that you might have.

So if it’s that big catfish your determined to catch, or your aching to tell your buddy about the whitetail that “didn’t” get away….we’re here. Bring your 4 legged best friend (just abide the leash law), walk around and enjoy our world for the day.  One little dog named Baby visits our Cincinnati store quite a bit.  His owner has been bringing his best friend in for some time now.  Together they check out our great deals, and keep the associates on their toes.  It’s always a pleasure to see our customers and their companions visit us and to “just see how we’re doin’”.

Like I said, professional doesn’t have to mean stuffy.  Whether it’s a new leash or a cozy bed you’re looking for, we’ve got you covered. We here at Bass Pro Shops love nature.  Come visit us with your best friend and make some memories. 


Berkley Fishing Gear Spooling Station

Let’s face it, by the time the Super Bowl gets to late in the 3rd quarter it’s usually a blowout, and there you sit with remnants of those yummy dips and wings you made while waiting for the next commercial to come on. This would be a great time to prepare for the fishing season by getting some fresh line on your old reels or spool that new reel that Santa brought you.  The Berkley Fishing Gear Spooling Station is a great way to expedite the process. This spooling station is so easy that your friends will swear you stayed at a Holiday Inn Express the night before.

The spooling station can handle bait casting and spinning reels with ease. For bait casting, the spooling station has universal reel seat that accepts most baitcasters in a breeze. No more having to ask your buddy or significant other to “hold the old pencil-through-the-spool trick”. The spooling station holds your spool of line and provides just the right amount of tension to spool your reel as good as the pros do.

For spinning reels, Berkley has come up with a nifty spool mount that locks the spool in and, check this out, simply connect your cordless drill to it and have that spool finished in a minute !! In addition, the way the spooling station allows the line to come off, it prevents line twisting which can help eliminate those dreaded “bird’s nest” out on the water.

Slap on some Bass Pro Shops Premium Excel Monofilament Line or whatever line that gets it done and you will be ready to go. By the time March Madness hits, you will be filling up your live well and making your friends jealous of your finely spooled reels !! Come see our experts here at Cincinnati Bass Pro Shops for questions on this or any other fishing or outdoor topics. 


What Flavors Are You Coating Your Wings In For The Big Game??

Looking for something unique on February 1st when you are hosting your annual Big Gamel party ? Looking for that “Wow!” factor for that tried and true dish crock pot full of Vienna sausages simmering for the big game?? Or are you that dedicated diehard “smoker” who is looking for that out of the ordinary taste for your pulled pork or shoulder roast ?? Come on down to our store and check out the Ol’ Chuckwagon located on the lower level near the aquarium where we have several varieties of sauces to tease your taste buds.

Rufus Teague Touch O' Heat


Rufus Teague Touch O’ Heat Sauce. 100% All Natural, Gluten-free. A not-too-sweet tomato based sauce with a little bit of heat that sneaks up on you. With a lot of complexity like a finely aged wine, it is a molasses-sweetened sauce with a dark, deep, rich chocolatey color and flavor intermingling with Worcestershire and soy sauce and a tangy raisin paste and orange that adds a kick.


Pappy’s XXX White Lightnin’ Barbecue Sauce and More. This sauce has approximately 2-2.5 seconds of fun bouncing around the taste buds. White Lightning' starts with an initial sweetness, followed by notes of onion, garlic and Worcestershire, and finishes with just a flash of southern fire. It's all the love you'll ever need! 





Bob Timberlake Tangy Orange BBQ Sauce. Bob Timberlake® Tangy Orange Barbecue Sauce elevates an ordinary sandwich to something spectacular. This traditional BBQ sauce awakens your taste buds with a delectable jolt of orange. Try this flavorful sauce with your burger, chicken or as a pick-me-up on your veggies. This barbecue sauce makes a great gift or addition to a food gift basket



Cincy Yuleblog Gift Idea: Garmin eTrex 20 Bundle

You will never get lost in the woods again if you take advantage of this great bundled package from Garmin. The Garmin ETREX 20 bundle is a great gift idea not only are you getting $249.99 worth of items for $169.99 you are also getting a great GPS. It comes with Topo maps, a Micro SD card and a case. This is for the outdoor enthusiast whether you are fishing, hiking, or hunting.

This unit has a 2.2” 65k color TRT screen, a high-sensitivity GPS with HotFix support, it is preloaded with a WW basemap. It also has 1.7GB internal memory and a MicroSD slot.


Make sure you get your hands on this great deal quickly. We have limited quantities of this item and no rain checks will be issued. 


The Pre-Rut Is ON !!!

Get ready boys and girls because The Pre-Rut is ON:  With the bumper crop of acorns this year I have been waiting for rut to get started and get the bucks on the cruise. But I had no idea how big of a day I was going to have this past Sunday when I got to my tree-stand.  This whole year I have had a rough way to go with seeing deer with the aforementioned acorns. Shortly after sunrise I had the first set of deer blast right past my stand. It was three doe with a buck in hot pursuit and not stopping with a grunt, bleat or scream, and that is pretty much how my whole morning went. I had deer coming from every direction some chasing and some being chased. 

There were a couple of things that assisted me with this productive hunt. Total scent control and a comfortable tree-stand that got me out of both the line of sight and smell. My preference is the whole Hunter's Specialties scent control system and I hunted out of the Summit Viper treestand. 

If you are able to get in the woods in the next couple of days look for large hardwood flats with thick cover areas down wind. Get up high and hold on tight.  Good Luck.

Kevins deer  


Trippin' Cincy Style: Check Out The Fall Y'all

Looking for the best way to see the leaves as they turn their robust oranges, reds and yellows?  Here are a few of our favorite local trails and parks to help you to get in touch with your friends, the trees, this fall.

John Bryan State Park/Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs, OH offers exciting views of the Little Miami River as it cuts through an abundance of geological rock formations.  The trails take you low along the river and high above it allowing for bird’s eye views of the trees as they transform into their magical mystery land of color before they become covered with the white embrace of old man winter.

John Bryan

Red River Gorge.  Of course, no local hiking list would be complete without The Gorge.  It truly is breathtaking in every sense of the word.  Rock formations cut from millions of years of hard work leave us with mind boggling views.  Great expanses viewed from atop countless overlooks afford us with no better way to see fall being ushered in.  Don’t forget to stop across the road and check out the Natural Bridge if you make it down.  If you manage to not have color painted dreams after seeing the views from here….well….you must have forgotten to open your eyes up there.

Red River Gorge

Doe Run Lake in Northern Kentucky is one of my favorite little known hikes in the area.  Much closer than our first parks, this is only a 15 minute drive from downtown.  Of course, once your there you don’t think you’re anywhere near the city.  A perimeter trail follows the lake around in a hike that takes about 2 hours.  And if fishing is your thing the lake is well stocked with no shortage of places to stop and drop a line.

East Fork State Park in Clermont County, OH has one of the better backpacking loops in the area.  It offers a 20 mile loop with shelters along the way and intersects Ohio’s Buckeye Trail as you traverse the rolling hills taking in oaks, walnuts and maples along the way.  It is also spotted with many day hikes if an overnight trip isn’t in your agenda.

Clifty Falls State Park in Madison, IN is one of those treasures that is not too far away either.  Aptly named, it is loaded with exquisite falls and views throughout the park.  Bring your camera and you’ll be sure to load it up with shots of orange and red amidst a backdrop of cascading waterfalls.

Clifty Falls

Boone County Cliffs Nature Preserve in Burlington, KY is my little secret spot.  Take the scenic drive through old Burlington to visit this secluded preserve sure to impress any arbor enthusiast with its cliff overlook and abundance of mystic weathered trees.

Enjoy your time out with Mother Nature.  Remember, fall is gone before you know it, along with all those magnificent colors!!!

- Jason Krumpelbeck


Great Outlook For Waterfowl Season

Ducks flying

Coming off a great brooding year, with plenty of water in most of our flyway areas,  it is shaping up to be another great year for waterfowl in the Mid-West states.  The only thing that remains to be seen is the cold or hard freeze that brings down the birds. But I am getting a number of sightings of the Wooly Caterpillar is going to bring us another year of weather that moves birds.

 Make sure that you look over your decoys to make sure that they are in good shape and your lines and weights are in good order. This might be the year that you want to add more color, size or movement to your spread. Stop in and check out the decoy selection.

Redhead duck decoy

Avian-X and Banded Blocks have some great NEW decoys at several different price points to please any level of hunter. Be sure to also check out the new motorized decoys by Lucky Duck and Mojo, and of course our great array of our own RedHead brand decoys and accessories. While you are here pick up a new RedHead Decoy Bag or some RedHead decoy line.

Remember, you want to make sure you have them ready before they show up.  


Too Much Food ?????


After last year’s late frost we were pretty much without any hard mass crop to speak of when deer season came in last year but this year we have a bumper crop of nuts. You can hardly walk through the woods without the chance of rolling your ankle on the acorns. I have been hunting since the early 80’s and cannot remember a time that we have had this much food for the deer.

While this is something great for the herd as a whole it is making it very tough to hunt deer this year. They don’t need to move very far out of their beds to get enough food for the whole day so a lot of hunters are saying that they are just not seeing any deer.

deer rut

But the good news for hunters is that the Rut is getting ready to start and that is one surefire thing that will get deer on their feet and moving. You will start seeing bucks out looking for doe and doe trying to hide from the bucks it will be a perfect time to be in those rutting areas on the property.

 Stop by the store to pick up the scents and calls that you are going to need to make this a productive hunting season.  


The "Other" Fish

When we leave the house to go fishing around here, we normally have a target species in mind. I always here people that fish saltwater say, “You never know what your gonna catch”. This may be a little more true in the saltwater but also rings true around the tri-state as well. Now me I’m primarily a bassman, but some of my most memorable and largest catches are those “other” fish that I wasn’t necessarily trying for. I chased a fish for 30 minutes that I had hooked on a crankbait and never saw it.  Who knows what it was, but it was a blast!

bmay river largemouth bmay shovel erics goldfish


The 3 hardest jig bites I’ve ever had was from a single Shovelhead that owned me three times. It straightened two hooks and broke me off! My dad caught a 10lb. Walleye at Brookville Reservoir while we were bass fishing. The lake record Walleye at Brookville was caught by a fisherman practicing for a bass tournament. A friend caught a 51” Musky while bass fishing at St. Clair. I have hooked fish while bass fishing in the 25+ pound range. Of course they weren’t bass, but for those first few seconds of the fight you just don’t know. It is a test for your tackle and your angling skills. Some of the largest catches an angler will experience may not be the target of the day but will make a lasting memory. So embrace and be proud of that “other” fish you catch next trip out. 

grass carp muskie nicks carp


Get A Good Fit For Beginner Shooters

So you're thinking of starting your child into shotgun shooting? Well first make sure they are ready: tall enough, mentally mature, and most important make sure the gun fits! Mossberg 410There is nothing that will discourage a child from shooting more than excessive recoil.  Shooting with a shotgun that does not fit properly can be one of the leading causes of excessive felt recoil.

When teaching youngsters to shoot use light loads and stationary targets at first then slow targets to gain their confidence. Mossberg and Remington both have guns that have shims that can be added to the gun as the child grows. These guns can be purchased at your local Bass Pro Shops, and any associate at the gun counter can help you with fit.

After making sure the shotgun has a good fit, you should ensure the shooter has the right stance. Feet should be shoulder width apart and if right handed the left toe should be pointing at where you intend to hit the target.  The right leg should be straight and left knee slightly bent. The stock should fit into the shoulder pocket and the face should be on the comb of the stock. Shooting a shotgun is different than shooting a rifle, you should have both eyes open so you won't lose your peripheral vision and your depth perception. Remington 870 JrThen keeping your head down and your eye on the target pull the trigger and follow through with the swing.








2014 Early Deer Forecast: Looking Good !!

Big Deer Rack

With the late frost that killed all the oak blooms and water issues of last season this year is shaping up to be a banner year for bow hunters.

 While out Squirrel hunting and setting cameras I noticed that the oaks are heavy with Acorns this year and with the cool wet summer that we have had this year, the agriculture field are in great shape as is the natural forage. 

 Lots of great pics of big bucks rolling in on cell phones, great time to get the cameras out , bows turned up and broadheads sharpened .

 Remember while setting those early season stands that the deer will be feeding on the soft mast and browse until the acorns start to drop then it is all bets off till the rut starts kicking in.

 Get out there and check out your hunting area for this fall… It’s going to be a good year. 


Labor Day Hometown Festival/Honoring Hometown Heroes

Our Labor Day/Hometown Festival will be held August 30th and 31st and will have many fun events for everyone in the family.

Each day from Noon to 5pm we will have Free family activities that include our duck pond, casting buckets, metal detector demo, free photo download, free craft and free face painting. We will also be giving away two $25 Bass Pro Shops gift cards to lucky winners that enter our drawings each day.

On each day from 1pm to 4pm we will be serving free hotdogs, and from 4pm to 5pm we will be doing an ice cream making demonstration and giving out yummy samples !!

On Saturday August 30th from 2pm to 4pm we will be honoring our Hometown Heroes with hourly drawings and free fish sampling !!! Any and all veterans, police, firefighters, paramedics, military personnel, soldiers and teachers are welcome to join us for this event to say thanks for what you do for us !!!

We will also have product demonstrations on both Saturday and Sunday:

1:30pm Stoked to Smoke: How to Smoke Meat Right

2:30pm Backyard Chef: Picking the Right Grill

3:30pm Going Dutch: Dutch Oven Cooking Made Easy




ACME Predator Control: Don't Wait For The RoadRunner To Get Rid Of Your Coyotes

Are you not seeing as many Deer or Turkey as you did a few years ago? Are your deer acting more on edge even when there is no reason for them to be?  You may have issues with the number of predators on your hunting areas.  It has been shown on controlled fenced in military bases that predators left unchecked will account for 60% of fawns in the first two months of life.  The number of Raccoons, Skunks and Possums will directly impact the number of Turkey eggs that get to hatch in the spring. With the downturn in the fur market we are seeing fewer and fewer people trapping and hunting furbearing animals which has caused a spike in their populations.

While adding food plots and cover help your games animals you may want to consider  taking up predator calling or trapping to help right the number of predator in your hunting areas. Spending the extra time in the woods will also help you to improve your woodsmen skills and help you find those game trails that you did not know about on the other ridge from your stand.

Stop by and talk with our trained hunting staff and they will help you get set up with mouth or electric predator calls and decoys or get you started with trapping Coyotes , Fox, Bobcats or Raccoons.

Sorry, but we are all out of Acme Anvils and rockets.


Stay Sharp With The Right Broadhead Style For You

Are you thinking about switching broad-heads this year or are you new to bow-hunting?  Well, lets talk broad-heads for a few minutes.  You can break them down into three groups or styles of heads.  Fixed blade, Replaceable blade and Expandable style, each has their Pro’s and Con’s and a situation that they work best in.  I have used all three at one point or another in my archery career and have taken deer with all of them.

I would start out with fixed Blade. That is what I started with and what I am shooting now. I like them because I can touch them up and re-sharpen them with little effort.  I also like that as a whole they are the most rugged of the three since they have no moving parts. Downside if you miss and tear up a blade you have to chuck the whole head.

Blackout Broadhead

Blackout Broadhead

Second would be Replaceable Blade models. These are nice if you are not that great at sharpening  blades or don’t have the time to do it. You just get a set of replacement blades and swap them out before you head for the stand.  And if you miss your mark and break a blade off it is no big deal just swap it out.  The downside to these is they have thinner blades and are not as rugged as the fixed blades.

RedHead Blackout Replacement

RedHead Blackout Replaceable Blade

And the newest to the market is the expandable. The pro’s to these are they have a smaller profile so they fly more like a field point so they take less time to tune them in, as the name states they expand which give you a huge cutting area which can cut down on tracking and recovery.  The Con’s would be the moving parts. If they can move there is always the chance that they won’t or won’t at the right time. Also bows with lower poundage should stay clear of these. It does take a good amount of kinetic energy to get them to work correctly and lower poundage bows usually don’t have that.  With the lower poundage I have always found that 1/3 cut fixed heads work the best.

Blackout SS Gator Expandable Blade

Any other questions feel free to stop by and speak with one of our trained Archery Staff.



Get On Target For a Better Bowhunting Season

The days are getting shorter and the mornings are starting to cool off and you can feel Bow season drawing closer.  You have been watching all the hunting DVDs and checking all your equipment and getting your pack ready for the stand, now it time to get some range time in.

Blackout 3-D Deer Target

Blackout 3-D Deer Target

The biggest respect that you can show to any game is to hone your marksmanship so that you can have a quick clean harvest of your game.  There are a number of ways that you can go about this, you can attend 3D shoots on the weekend at your local bow clubs but for those of us that just can get the time to make it there you can always shoot with a couple of buddies in your back yard or wood lot.  We have a number of targets that can help get your skills ready in the pre-season.  We have a large selection of 3-D deer targets that help you understand the arrow placement from different angles and elevations You should check out our Blackout Series of Targets they are built  to last for seasons and help to make you a better bowhunter.

Rhinehart 18-1 Target

Rinehart 18-1 Portable Archery Target

My favorite target for pre-season shooting is the throw-able targets like the Rinehart 18-1 and Field target these help you with judging distance and picking a smaller target that will help you become more accurate. Aim Small/Miss Small. These targets have rope handles and are meant to thrown from spot to spot giving you different shooting angles and distances We play the best shot gets to launch the target and decide the difficulty of the shot. It is a great way to spend an afternoon.

Rinehart Targets Archery Field Target

Rinehart Targets Archery Field Target





Exploring the Outdoors at Rush Run

Recently, I explored the Rush Run Wildlife Area. You can find it by heading north on 127. I've provided the link to Google Maps' driving directions to make it a little easier. Rush Run is definitely a hidden treasure.

While I was there, I went kayaking and I tried my hand at trap shooting for the first time! Use of the facilities is FREE. There is no park admission fee, not even for the trap shooting field. You do need to carry your own equipment onto the site, though; there is no on-site store. We at the Bass Pro Shop sell everything you need to get started:

Have fun and don't get discouraged if, like me, you're new to the sport and not very good at it yet. You can see from my video that I've still got a lot to learn! Whether you are a novice or an experienced trap shooter, you are sure to enjoy a pleasant day in the outdoors.


A Shark Tale "Cincinnati Midwest Style"

Here’s an entry to celebrate “Shark Week” on Discovery TV. A little shark tale “Cincinnati Midwest Style” !

Just a few pics from my vacation in Florida a week and a half ago. First off, no I haven’t been working out. Should have photo shopped a shirt. Anywho, caught this creature off the beach at Cape San Blas. I’m a bass man by trade, so I was super excited when my cast net actually opened on a throw and caught a 14” mullet. I had my oldest daughter run to the condo and grab the big rod and reel and bring it back (thanks, Claire). I nose hooked the mullet on a 10’ spinning rod and a Shimano baitrunner with 65# braid, a combo that I borrowed 3 years ago (thanks, Mike). Had a leader that someone fixed up for me 3 years ago (thanks, Lars). I waded out to chest deep water and slung it, put it in a sand spike and forgot about it.

Shark coming in

About 30 minutes later, all of the sudden I was mindin’ my own business when I heerd this sound. I realized it was the big rod and by the time I got to it, it was almost spooled and the sand spike was about to pull. I hit the fish, engaged the reel, and it just kept pulling line. At that point, I knew it wasn’t just my mullet swimming home. I was almost out of line, so I locked the drag down and was able to turn the beast. I was a little concerned about seeing what I had hooked because, of course, my whole family had been swimming on this beach all week. I put those thoughts aside when people started to gather around to cheer me on. I had to wave off a few bathers afraid that they would be bit or decapitated by my braided line. The shark continually pulled and really wanted to stay past the first sand bar. Finally, after 20 minutes, I saw my quarry. Another five minutes and I put it on the beach.

Shark on Beach 2 

The shark was about 4.5 feet long and I estimate the weight to be 65-75 pounds or so. If you asked me what kind it was, I would say a blackbulltigertip. I’m not real good on identification, but it had teeth.

Shark on Beach

Fortunately, the shark was hooked in the fin so I didn’t have to lip it to get the hook out. I was able to spin it around and get it back in the water quickly. Thanks to Claire for the help and the pictures. After that the stories of my catch could be heard for minutes. I was a legend in my own mind. There was a lot less swimming the next hour or so. The end.


2014 Fall Hunting Classic Featuring Lee & Tiffany Lakosky

Our Annual Fall Hunting Classic and Sale will be held from August 1st through August 17th this year. We have filled this year’s event with great seminars and activities for the whole family. Check out what we are featuring this year:

August 1st @ 5pm to 9pm - Bass Pro Shops Hunting University featuring a meet and greet with Lee & Tiffany Lakosky, co-hosts of “The Crush” TV Show and members of the RedHead Pro Hunting Team

August 1st to August 17th – Enter to win a “Helicopter Hunt” !! During our Classic, enter to win a two-hour helicopter hunt in Texas with Brian “Pigman” Quaca !!!

August 1st to 6th – Bow and Crossbow trade-in: Trade in a bow or crossbow and get a coupon towards the purchase of a new bow or crossbow

August 7th to 12th – Binocular and Rangefinder Trade-In: Trade in binoculars or rangefinder and get a coupon towards  the purchase of new binoculars or rangefinder

August 13th to 17th – Scope Trade-in: Trade in a scope and get a coupon towards the purchase of a new scope

August 9th & 10th – Next Generation Weekend

                Noon to 5pm: Free BB Gun Range, Free Archery Range, Free Photo Download

                Noon to 4pm: Free Kid’s Craft

                2pm and 4pm: “Fall In The Outdoors” Kids Workshop

August 9th @3pm – NEW !! Women’s Hunting Workshop – first 25 women to attend this seminar will receive a FREE Bass Pro Shops Tumbler

August 15-17 :FREE Hunting Workshops – The first 25 people to attend the Friday and Saturday workshops will receive a FREE Bass Pro Shops Tumbler. The first 25 on Sunday will receive a FREE Survival Whistle

August 15th @ 7pm – So You Think You Know How To Bow Hunt?

August 16th & August 17th:

                                1pm – Autumn Hunt: New Approaches to Fall Success

                               2pm – Tender Venison? It’s Easier Than You Think

                                3pm – Does Camo Pattern Really Matter?

                               4pm – Why Should You Be Hunting Coyote?

                5pm – How To Integrate Your Game Camera With Mobile Devices

August 16th- 10am to 2pm: Free Bad Boy Buggy Test Drive in our Tracker Boat Lot